Cold Rain And Snow, Me And Bobby McGee*, Chinatown Shuffle*, China Cat Sunflower* > I Know You Rider*, Jack Straw*, He's Gone*, Next Time You See Me*, Black-Throated Wind
Casey Jones, Mr. Charlie, Playing In The Band, Sugaree, One More Saturday Night*, Hurts Me Too*, Ramble On Rose*, El Paso*, Big Railroad Blues*, Truckin'*
Dark Star, Sugar Magnolia, Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks), Johnny B. Goode
* - Recorded by Danish Television for subsequent broadcast as "TV from the Tivoli" in three parts on April 17, 1972, August 12, 1972 and August 25, 1972.
There was no encore for this show. "One More Saturday Night" was played in the second set and was the intended final song for the TV broadcast, which explains why Bob Weir said "Bye, bye" at the end of the song. The television cameras were not on for the third set.
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Cold Rain And Snow
Me And Bobby McGee
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider
Next Time You See Me
Black Throated Wind
Playing In The Band
One More Saturday Night
It Hurts Me Too
Ramble On Rose
Mexican Hat Dance tuning
Big Railroad Blues
Dark Star >
Sugar Magnolia >
Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks) >
Johnny B Goode
- This version has been provided by an anonymous source.
- Level adjustments have been made.
- Transitions have been cleaned up and a few artifacts removed.
- One of the most exquisite shows they ever played, which has previously only been available in 44.1 flavour.
This time you get the full 48. Enjoy the extra hertzes.
- The dynamic range of the official release is 9 but for this it is 15.
- All files have been tagged.
January 9, 2019 Subject:
A very good, standard EU72 show.
November 25, 2018 Subject:
Prime time Grateful Dead
The television camera's
were not on for the 3rd set
OF COURSE NOT
Ramble on Rose gets play throughout tour
and appears all over the set list.
Good organ work on the bottom side.
Another Merry Go Round
oh a little frozen Logger tease
EL PASO- "I picked a good one
he looked like he could run"
that will get you hung.
Railroad Blues-A tune i am currently seeing in a whole new light after listening to some South West shows where it is featured prominently as a late Second Set barn burner.
It has such a yummy up-beat rhythm.
"Mr. Jailer go away
don't tell me no lies"
Mighty fine rendition
Weir counts off the Truckin'
I like that they did this both stand alone
and also as a gateway for jams.
Here it is a set 2 closer.